Under fierce new executive leadership and ranking among the highest rated small companies to work for, both in employee and client end-user satisfaction, OneLogin’s presence is expanding beyond the pages of Fortune Magazine. With an ever-evolving economy and dynamic generational employment challenges, one primary benefit OneLogin brings to the mix is its efficient manner for setting up or respectively deleting employee accounts when inevitable turnover occurs.
Located in the Bay Area, OneLogin is a company that offers streamlined corporate web access, appropriate, business-oriented app technology tools and secure, single sign-in technology for easily over 2,000 customers based worldwide. With OneLogin’s ability to tailor its technology to industry, the company is able to provide its identification and access management products to everything from space manufacturing to education and financial institutions alike. Additionally, the company’s ability to multi-factor authentication has substantially increased company security by providing IT with automated user verification prompts before system access is ever granted.
OneLogin’s trademark technology includes office desktop applications, or shortcuts, that allow employees efficient access to appropriate programs without having to navigate the entire computer directory as a whole. Apps can be customized for a department and provide exclusive access at a level appropriate to position, which alleviates potential breaches of propriety sensitive information. Having one login also allows every employee to search and find programs according to their comfort level. For example, keyword-rich descriptions give direct results to tools so that whichever term comes to mind, an individual can quickly find the app or program they are looking for.
Let’s face it, not all employees are computer savvy. Allowing the workforce access to just the tools they need to get their job done with one set of credentials equates to a significant increase in the bottom line for two reasons. First, productivity and second, maintaining secure company intellectual property. When cloud infrastructure and protective firewall utilization is employed, these two capabilities together ensure that passwords continue to be an effective part of data security, and moreover, that layers of safety are still in place without discouraging or hindering workers from getting their jobs done.